Randall Martinez is the Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer for Cordoba Corporation, a multi-million dollar consulting firm specializing in infrastructure development services. Mr. Martinez is active in his community and serves as a board member for the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Whittier Area YMCA, the Southern California Regional Committee for Sustainable Conservation, and the Bassett USD Education Foundation (in La Puente, CA). In early 2015 he was appointed by California Attorney General Kamala Harris to the California Energy Commission Proposition 39 Citizens Oversight Board. From 1996 to 1999, he served as guest host of El Amanacer, a public affairs television program where he conducted live “on-air” interviews with political, civic and business leaders discussing issues related to arts, culture and business for the UPN network affiliate in the San Francisco Bay Area. In fall 2004, he published his first book, Ten Days to Get to London – a European Backpacking Adventure.
NMAH Board Member; Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, Cordoba Corporation